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ThirdParty Commercial Software for Corel Products

Postby sjj1805 » Thu Jun 14, 2007 2:44 am

Third Party Software that can be used with Corel Products.

We have received several posts since the inception of this user forum asking where extra material can be obtained in order to enhance an Intervideo-Ulead product.

Rule 5 of the forum rules states:
5. No direct spamming or blatant advertising. This forum is not a place for you to earn money through your referrals.


To meet the needs of our forum members without flouting the above rule, I have created this post which for purposes of forum integrity will remain locked.

Before providing any links I must point out that these links are only provided for the purpose of convenience to our members. Neither Intervideo-Ulead, the Forum Management or myself endorse any of the products listed and I/We have no associations with the vendors of any software listed below. I/We do not guarantee the quality of any of these products or their compatability with the Intervideo-Ulead products they are designed to work with. If there is a known problem with a particular product then this will of course be mentioned. The abscence of any known problems does not imply that problems do not exist, only that they have not come to the knowledge of our forum members.

Any Member who does find a compatability problem with any listed product is invited to post that problem in the appropriate forum and also bring it to my attention by way of a PM so that this thread can where necessary be updated.

Members are invited to send me a PM with details of any links thought to be appropriate for inclusion in this thread. Before doing so you must refer to rule 5 above, any requests which appear to flout rule 5 will be rejected or in case of doubt will be discussed by the Forum Moderators and appointed Senior Forum Members. Any decisions made to reject a request for an entry to be made in this thread will be final.

The Forum has no vested financial interests in any products listed and will not enter into any negotiations between forum members and third party vendors. Entries in this thread will be made under categorised headings and will contain simple links to where the third party software may be found. It will not include any recommendations (other than known compatibility issues) and no prices will be quoted.

Members purchasing third party software that is listed in this thread do so at their own risk and should make whatever research is feasible before making any decision to purchase an item.

Members are reminded that they must not attempt to advertise goods on this forum for their own private gain and any member who is found to be contravening the forum rules regarding spamming or advertising for gain will face immediate expulsion from the forum and the offending post(s) will be deleted.

I would also like to draw our members attention to the following link
Free Stuff for use with Corel (formerly Ulead Products) where you might find what you are looking for somewhat cheaper!
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Sound Effects and Music

Postby sjj1805 » Thu Jun 14, 2007 3:18 am

Sound Effects and Music

Smartsound More of the 'Automusic' that ships with VideoStudio/MediaStudio
Atmosphere Deluxe (Manufacture realistic background sounds)
AKM Music - Copyright Music (UK)
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Flash Animations / Programs

Postby sjj1805 » Thu Jun 14, 2007 3:22 am

Flash Animations / Programs

Create or extract Flash Movies to use with VideoStudio/MediaStudio

Kool Moves
SWF to Video Converter
Sothink SWF to Video Converter
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Video Codecs

Postby sjj1805 » Thu Jun 14, 2007 3:25 am

Video Codecs

DivX Pro Codec (Create your own DivX Videos with VideoStudio/MediaStudio)
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Utilities and plugins for video-editing

Postby sjj1805 » Thu Jun 14, 2007 3:26 am

Utilities and plugins for video-editing

Prodad Heroglyph V4
Moving Parts
Note: I could get Moving Parts to work with earlier versions of VideoStudio but so far haven't been able to get it to work with VideoStudio11+
Daz 3D
Bluff Titler
FRAPS used to record a video of what's on your screen such as a video game
Camtasia Studio / Snag It Screen Capture another two screen recorders.
MenuEdit (VideoStudio/MovieFactory - Tweak those DVD Menus you have just created.
Digital Juice High quality, royalty free music, sound fx, clipart, motion backgrounds, lower thirds, etc., etc.

Note, any of the above may or may not work with Corel's Digital video programs. Use at your discretion

Ormond Williams wrote:The Painting Creator feature in VS X2 is a good innovation, but perhaps you guys haven't seen VisiSketch Pro? It was originally designed for use with slideshows of stills made with Photodex ProShow, but obviously can be used with other software. Should be able to be used with VS too.
http://www.visisketchpro.com/
There are some samples that show the potential.

It's a little more advanced and should be very useful. I have played with it a little a few months ago, but haven't created anything worthwhile yet.
Highlighter Pro looks great too!
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Photography

Postby sjj1805 » Thu Jun 14, 2007 7:44 am

Photography

EXIF Pro (PhotoImpact) Enables you to alter EXIF information.
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Postby sjj1805 » Mon Oct 22, 2007 1:14 pm

Lots Cheap Stuff

dbz2000 wrote:Not sure if all of these items are listed in the "Free Stuff" section of the forum; but I thought this was worth a look-see. If they are already there, forgive the redundancy and just ignore this post. Hope you find things helpful and useful here: :D

http://www.avs4you.com/index.aspx

DBZ2000


At first this was posted in our links to FREE stuff but after further investigation it was found that the site is slightly mis-leading. To clear things up what this site offers are downloads of evaluation software. I downloaded one of the files to find out what was involved and found that although it is fully functional it will place a "watermark" on any saved files. To remove the watermark you have to purchase a registration.

There are two forms of registration available
AVS4U FAQ web page wrote:What's the difference between the UNLIMITED and 1-YEAR subscription types?

In case you buy the UNLIMITED subscription, you will be able to use the installed programs without any limitations, download and install all the updates for the programs from the AVS4YOU site and even install new programs that appear for your computer LIFETIME.
You can subscribe right now for $99 $69 only. Click here to do it!
Note, that it's a time limited offer, valid up to October 31, 2007.

If you buy the 1-YEAR subscription, you will be able to do the same as having the UNLIMITED subscription, that is use the installed programs without any limitations, download and install all the updates for the programs from the AVS4YOU site and even install new programs that appear, but during 1-year period only.

You can subscribe right now for $39 $29 only. Click here to do it!
Note, that it's a time limited offer, valid up to October 31, 2007.


It also appears that if you purchase the registration this will allow you to download and use all of their products:
AVS4U FAQ web page wrote:I bought the subscription for AVS4YOU software. Is it true that I can download and use any software from www.avs4you.com web site on my computer?

Yes, that is true. You can download and use any programs from www.avs4you.com over any period for which you have purchased a subscription without any restrictions.
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Postby sjj1805 » Tue Oct 23, 2007 5:00 am

More Cheap Stuff

Black Lab wrote:Hey Steve, here's another site with VideoStudio-compatible video and audio plug-ins that I found in an old issue of Videomaker magazine. Some interesting stuff.
http://www.newbluefx.com/
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Re: ThirdParty Commercial Software for Intervideo-Ulead prod

Postby Black Lab » Mon Jun 07, 2010 7:49 pm

joepic wrote:Before you insert your photos into VS increase the dynamic range of the photo. Try a FREE trial version of this software Photomatix: http://hdrsoft.com/
You will be amazed at there sample photos.

There procedure recommends using a tripod and taking 3 photos (1 photo underexposed, 1 normal & 1 over exposed) of the same scene. This is great if you carry a tripod and only take scenic photos. This is not possible for me. Also I like to take photos of people who tend to move! Besides I have a library full of photos that I want to use and increase the dynamic range on.

So lets look at another approach to your existing photos. Here is what I do to create 2 additional photos from the same photo.

1. Using your favorite Photo Editor software load a photo.
2. Lighten the photo (Lighten Shadows) and save.
3. Darken the photo (Darken Highlights) and save.
4. Load the 3 photos into Photomatix.
5. Play with the settings (in your Photo Editor and Photomatix) until you are happy with the results.
6. Save the dynamic range increased photo.
6. Write the settings down for future projects.

Now compare your original photo to what you just created!

Your next VS project just took on a new dimension by adding a dynamic range of details that you didn't know were in your photos!
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Re: ThirdParty Commercial Software for Intervideo-Ulead prod

Postby Ron P. » Thu Apr 28, 2011 5:49 pm

Member RDK45, brought this software to our attention. I think it could benefit several users that have a need to do regular PAL to NTSC, or vice-versa conversions.

http://dvfilm.com/atlantis/index.htm

What does it do?

Converts PAL to film-motion NTSC, or NTSC to film-motion PAL!

PAL to NTSC

DVFilm Atlantis performs the following operations in a single pass:

It intelligently deinterlaces PAL video for a "shot on film" appearance, without reducing resolution.
It then converts 25 frames per second into 29.97 frames per second interlaced NTSC, with a modified 3:2 pulldown, the same method used to convert film to video.
It also converts 16:9 anamorphic to letterbox if required.
It can also letterbox (crop) 4:3 video to 16:9 if required.
It can also simulate film grain and red layer emulsion shift, if required.

No modification to the soundtrack is needed, because with DVFilm Atlantis PAL to NTSC the duration of your movie stays exactly the same.

Supported file formats are Quicktime, MPEG (.VOB), or AVI files. The Mac version only supports Quicktime.

NTSC to PAL

Atlantis can convert three different types of NTSC to PAL: Normal 60i (interlaced NTSC), NTSC with a 3:2 pulldown like film transferred to video, and NTSC with a 2:3:3:2 pulldown such as created by the Panasonic DVX100 or Canon XL-2 24P video cameras. The file formats can be Quicktime, MPEG (.VOB), or AVI. The Mac version only supports Quicktime.

This function is useful for filmakers wishing to incorporate NTSC stock footage in their PAL projects, or filmmakers wishing to edit 24P video in a PAL editing system, or converting a NTSC tape or DVD to PAL format for viewingon PAL systems.

It converts the NTSC to true 24P progressive-scan, without reducing vertical resolution.
It then speeds up the 24P to 25P (by +4%), and speeds up the soundtrack to match, and enlarges the frame size to 720 x 576.
It can also convert 16:9 anamorphic to letterbox if required.
It can also letterbox (crop) 4:3 video to 16:9 if required.
It can also simulate film grain and red layer emulsion shift, if required.
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